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The most commonly consumed foods by Prophet Mohammed were milk, dates, lamb/mutton and oats. Healthy foods mentioned in the Holy Qur’an are fruit and vegetables, such as olives, onions, cucumber, figs, dates, grapes as well as pulses such as lentils. Complex carbohydrates are foods that will...

Taking on running with a buggy. We have created a new 'Mummy diaries' series in which our guest writer, Claire, will be speaking about her experience as a single mum trying to stay active and healthy. Today Claire speaks about running with a buggy and...

Linda is back on the blog to fill us in on how she has been getting on with her healthy January! Linda's Healthy January   I promised I would let you know how things are going, so here we are.  Well. Owning up first: I can’t say I have...

Stephanie Lammond from our Healthy Lifestyles asks 'What's your why?' in preparation for choosing a healthy habit during Team Up For 2020. Ok , so the urge to make a new start and break bad habits comes around every single year in January, but what's your why? You see your...